REASEARCH & PUBLICATION

RESEARCH PAPERS :

  1. Kumar, A., Nirpen, L., Ranjan, A., Kaur, K., Gulati, K., Thakur, S., Jindal, T. 2014. Leaching Study for the Microbial Contamination of Groundwater, Delhi Gate, Delhi. INDIAN J. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION (IJEP) 34 (5): 401-408.
  2. Jindal, T., Kumar, A., Nirpen, L., Ranjan, A., Gulati, K. and Thakur, S. 2012. Leaching of overloaded and unlined drains through the groundwater in Delhi. Asian J. Environ. Sci., 7(2):215-220
  3. Jindal T. 2011. “Risk Assessment of Groundwater Contamination by Imidacloprid and Endosulfan Leaching in Three Different Types of Soils and Cropping Practices” Pesticide Research Journal Vol. 23, No. 1.
  4. Jindal T, Singh DK and Agarwal HC 2007. Effect of UV radiation and temperature on mineralization and volatilization of coumaphos in water. Journal of Environmental Science and Health B Vol.42, No.4 367-372
  5. Jindal T, Singh DK and Agarwal HC 2002. Persistence and Metabolism of Coumaphos in Model Cattle Dipping Vats. Journal of Environmental Science and Health B 37 (1): 35-44
  6. Jindal T, Singh DK and Agarwal HC 2001. Persistence of Coumaphos in Model Vats Maintained at Different pH Values under Field Conditions. Pesticide Research Journal 13(1): 4 –7
  7. Jindal T, Singh DK and Agarwal HC 2000. Persistence, Metabolism and Leaching of Coumaphos in Soil. Journal of Environmental Science and Health B 35 (3): 309-320

  8. Dikshit AK, Pachauri DC and Jindal T 2003. Maximum residue limit and risk assessment of beta-cyfluthrin and imidacloprid on tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum Mill.) Bull. Environ. Contamn. And Toxicol. 70 (2): 1143-1150
  9. Chauhan, A., Goyal, P., Verma, A and Jindal, T (2015) In -Vitro Antibiotic Resistance and Heavy Metal Tolerance Patterns of Gram-Positive and Gram-Negative Bacteria Isolated From Effluent Treated Water of Delhi, India. Journal of Current Pharma Research 5 (2), 1449-1458 (IF:1.0488) ISSN:2230-7834.
  10. Chauhan, A., Goyal, P., Verma, A and Jindal, T (2015) In -Vitro Antibiotic Resistance and Heavy Metal Tolerance Patterns of Gram-Positive and Gram-Negative Bacteria Isolated From Effluent Treated Water of Delhi, India. Journal of Current Pharma Research 5 (2), 1449-1458 (IF:1.0488) ISSN:2230-7834.
  11. K. Gulati, S. Thakur, A. Kumar, A. Ranjan, S.A. Hameed, T. Jindal. (2015) A lysimeter study to access the risk of groundwater contamination by chlorpyrifos in a sandy loam soil with different pH. Indian J. Environmental Protection, Accepted.
  12. K. Gulati, S. Thakur, T. Jindal. (2015) Chlorpyrifos toxicology and persistence in environment: An Indian Perspective. International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research and Development, Accepted.
  13. A Kumar, l. Nirpen, A. Ranjan, K. Gulati, S. Thakur and T. Jindal (2014). Microbial groundwater contamination and effective monitoring system, review, Asian J. Environ. Sci. 9 (1): 37-48.
  14. Mona, S., Kaushik, A. and Kaushik, C.P. 2013. Prolonged hydrogen production by Nostoc in photobioreactor and multi-stage use of the biological waste for column biosorption of some dyes and metals. Biomass & Bioenergy (Elsevier) 50, 27-35.
  15. Anjana, K., Kiran, B., Mona, S., and Kaushik, A., 2012. Biological photohydrogen production by cyanobacteria: future prospects as a fuel, Journal of Environmental Research and Development 6 (3A), 779-783.
  16. Mona, S., Kaushik, A. and Kaushik, C.P. 2011, Hydrogen Production and metal-dye bioremoval by a Nostoc linckia strain isolated from textile mill oxidation pond. Bioresource Technology (Elsevier) 102, 3200-3205.
  17. Kaushik A., Mona, S. and Kaushik, C.P. 2011. Integrating photobiological hydrogen production with dye-metal bioremoval from simulated textile wastewater, Bioresource Technology (Elsevier) 102, 9957-9964.
  18. Mona, S., Kaushik, A. and Kaushik, C.P. 2011. Biosorption of Reactive Dye by Waste Biomass of Nostoc linckia, Ecological Engineering (Elsevier) 37, 1589-1594.
  19. Mona, S., Kaushik, A. and Kaushik, C.P. 2011, Biosorption of Chromium(VI) by Spent Cyanobacterial Biomass from a Hydrogen Fermentor using Box-Behnken Model. International Biodeterioration & Biodegradation (Elsevier) 65, 656-663.
  20. Mona, S., Kaushik, A. and Kaushik, C.P. 2011. Sequestration of Co(II) from aqueous solution using immobilized biomass of Nostoc linckia waste from a hydrogen bioreactor. Desalination (Elsevier) 276, 408–415.
  21. Mona, S., Kaushik, A. and Kaushik, C.P. 2011, Waste biomass of Nostoc linckia as adsorbent of crystal violet dye: Optimization based on statistical model. International Biodeterioration & Biodegradation (Elsevier) 65, 513-521.
  22. Sharma, M., Rani, N., Kamra, A., Bala, K. and Kaushik, A. 2009, Growth, Exopolymer Production and Metal Bioremoval by Nostoc Punctiforme in Na+ and Cr(VI) Spiked Medium. Journal of Environmental Research and Development. 4 (2), 372-379.
  23. Sharma, M., Kaushik, A., Somvir, Bala, K. and Kamra, A., 2008, Sequestration of Chromium by exopolysaccharides of Nostoc and Gloeocapsa from dilute aqueous solutions. Journal of Hazardous Materials (Elsevier) 157, 315-318.
  24. A. Kumar, l. Nirpen, A. Ranjan, K. Gulati, S. Thakur and T. (2015).Jindal Assessment of Groundwater Quality: Leachabilty the contaminants from soil near unlined drain site of Delhi, India, accepted for publication in Pollution Research.
  25. Mona, S. and Kaushik, A. (2015) Screening metal-dye-tolerant photoautotrophic microbes from textile wastewaters for biohydrogen production. Journal of Applied Phycology (Springer) 27: 1185-1194 [IF: 2.492].
  26. Bansal, D., Narsi R. Bishnoi, and *Mona, S. (2015) Challenges and benefits of implementing an Environmental Management System: A review. International Journal of Advanced Scientific and Technical Research (RS Publication) 5 (2), 159-180 [IF: 2.94].
Research Publications (In Last Six Years) :

  1. Sharma, SK and V. Source and distribution of trace metals and nutrients in Narmada and Tapti river basins, India Environmental Earth Sciences v.61, 2010, p1337-1352. (National)
  2. Manju Rawat, Umesh Kumar Singh and Subramanian, V. Movement of toxic metals from small-scale industrial areas: a case study from Delhi, India Int. J. Environment and Waste Management, Vol. 5, Nos. 3/4, 2010 (International)
  3. Rawat, M and Subramanian, V. Quantification and distribution of heavy metals from small-scale industrial areas of Kanpur city, India Journal of Hazardous Materials 172, (2009) p 1145–1149. (International)
  4. Jaya Tiwari, Umesh Kumar Singh, Manish Kumar, V. Chemical weathering and associated CO2 consumption in the Godavari river basin, India. Chemical Geology, v.264, 2009, 364-374. (International)
  5. Kumar Suranjit Prasad, V. and Jaishree Paul. Biometals, DOI 10.1007/s10534-009-9215-6 published online Feb, 2009. (International)
  6. Nininga, J, Ramanaathan, AL and Subramanian, V. Heavy metals in Lake Nivisha, Kenya. Chemical Speciation and Bioavailability. V.21, 2009, 41-48, (International)
  7. Sharma, SK, Singh, DK, and V. Hydrogeochemical Study of Western Ghats Region between Goa and Mangalore, India. Geological Society of India 73, 2008 405–420 (International)
  8. V. Nitrogen Transport by South Asian Rivers. Current Science v. 94, (2008) p1413-1418. (National)
  9. Sharma, SK and V. Hydrochemistry of Narmada and Tapti rivers, India. Hydrological processes, v.22, 2008, p3444-3455. (International)
  10. Manju Rawat, Umesh K.Singh, Methane emission and heavy metals from selected landfield areas in India. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment. V.137, 2008, p67-74. (International)
  11. V., V. Ittekkot, D. Unger and N. Madhavan Silicate weathering in South Asian Tropical River Basins. SCOPE Silica Volume. Island Press, USA 2006, p2-15, (International)
  12. Madhavan. N and V. Environmental impact assessment including evolution of Fluoride and Arsenic contamination process in groundwater and remediation of contaminated groundwater system. In Sustainable Development and Management of Groundwater Resources. Edited by M. Thangarajan, published by The Capital Book Publishing Company, New Delhi. 2006. P234-258(National)
  13. Madhavan, N and V. Factors affecting arsenic concentration in groundwater in West Bengal. Environmental Chem Letters v.4, 2006 p79-82. (International)
  14. Gauba Nidhi, Mahmooduzzafar, T. O. Siddiqi, S. Umar and Muhammad Iqbal. Leaf Biochemistry of Lycopersicon esculentum Mill. At different stages of plant development as affected by mercury treatment. Journal of Environmental Biology. 28 (2): 2007, 303–306. (National)
  15. Gauba Nidhi, Shahid Umar, Tariq O. Siddiqi, Muhammad Iqbal. Nitrogen assimilation and yield of Lepidium sativum (L.) as affected by potassium availability. Journal of Functional and Environmental Botany. 1 (1): 2011, 1-15 (National)
  16. Shahid Umar, Nidhi Gauba Dhawan, Naser A. Anjum and Tariq O. Siddiqi Arsenic toxicity in garden cress (Lepidium sativum Linn.): significance of potassium nutrition. Environmental Science Pollution Research. ISSN 0944-1344. March, 2013. (International)
  17. Anushree Khanna Choudhary, Nidhi Gauba Dhawan and Vishal Gandhi. NOISE POLLUTION MONITORING A Necessary Tool for Creation of Noise Pollution Database. Lambert Academic Publishing. 978-3-659-36323-8. March, 2013. (BOOK, International)
  18. Renu Pathania. Effect of shade on seedling growth and response breadth of three important tree species in arid areas of Rajasthan. 95th Proceeding of Indian Science Congress Association Conference, Vishakapatnam 2008.
  19. Renu Pathania. Growth response of three important desert tree species and changes in ionic composition of leaves and soil under different alkali water. 95th Proceeding of Indian Science Congress Association Conference, Vishakapatnam 2008.
  20. Renu Pathania. Growth response of three important differentially drought tolerant species during early stage of growth.. ISCA, Conference. 95th Proceeding of Indian Science Congress Association Conference, Vishakapatnam 2008.
  21. Renu Pathania. Studies for saline- alkaline wastelands and plant growth in Rajasthan. ISCA, Conference. 94th Proceeding of Indian Science Congress Association Conference, Annamalainagar, T.N. 2007.
  22. Ambrina Sardar Khan & P. K. Khare. Presence of Coli forms indicates the Poor Water Quality of Slums in Allahabad, In Water (Ensuring Safety & Management, The Institute of Applied Physics).pp.36, 2008. (National)
  23. Ambrina Sardar Khan & D.N. Shukla. Chemical and Biological analysis of Potable water in certain areas of Allahabad. Life Science Bulletin, Vol.7(1) 2010:39-42 ISSN: 0973 5453 (National)
  24. Ambrina Sardar Khan & Prateek Srivastava (2012). Physicochemical Characteristics of Ground water in and around Allahabad City: A Statistical Approach”. Bulletin of Environmental and Scientific Research Vol. 1, No 2 (2012): ISSN: 2278–5205.
  25. Ambrina Sardar Khan. Health & Environment: Key factors for Sustainable Urban Development (Changing cities with challenging issues), 2012, Lambert Academic Publication, ISBN No. 978-3-659-23930-4 (BOOK, International)
  26. Srivastava S. N. & Srivastava Prateek. Cololejeunea producta (Mitt.)Hatt. (Hepaticae), from Kumaun region in Western Himalayas. Geophytology 36 (1& 2): 2006. 109-111. (National)
  27. Srivastava S. N. & Srivastava Prateek. Scapania Stephanii K. Muell. : A Hepatic New To Indian Bryoflora. Phytomorphology. 57(3&4). 2007, 133-135. (International)
  28. Srivastava S. N. & Srivastava Prateek. Trocholejeunea infuscata (Mitt.)Verd.: An addition to the hepatic flora of Western Himalayas. Geophytology 37: 2008, 55-57. (National)
  29. Srivastava S. N. & Srivastava Prateek. On the collection of three interesting species of Lejeunea Lib. From Abbott Mount, Western Himalaya, India. J. Bombay Nat. Hist. Soc., 106 (1), 2009 120 -124. (National)
  30. Srivastava Prateek & P.K. Khare. Spatial and Temporal variations in the phytoplankton community of river Ganga at Allahabad (U.P.) Nat. Jour. Life Sciences, 06(1): 2009, 31-36. (National)
  31. P.K. Khare & Srivastava Prateek. Seasonal variations in density, abundance and composition of periphytic community of river Ganga at Allahabad, U.P. Proceedings, National Academy of Sciences. 79(B) IV: 2009, 376-383. (National)
  32. Srivastava Prateek. Ecological aspects of the periphyton community of the river Ganga and Yamuna at Allahabad, U.P. In Sustainable Management and Conservation of Biodiversity. Narendra Publishing House, New Delhi -110006. pp: 81-91, 2010. (Chapter in a book)
  33. Fundamentals of Environmental Studies (Book) by Shivangi Somvanshi and Dr. Renu Dhupper, S.K. Kataria and Sons: KATSONS – 2013, ISBN: 9789350143889. (Book)
  34. Assessment of Forests using Remote Sensing and GIS (Advanced Digital Image Techniques) by Shivangi Somvanshi and Dr. P.Kunwar, Lambert Academic Publishing (International) - 2012, ISBN: 978-3-659-13135-6. (Book)
  35. Treatment of Industrial Wastewater using UASBR (Advanced Wastewater Treatment Technique) by Shikha Sharma and Shivangi Somvanshi, Lambert Academic Publishing (International) - 2012, ISBN: 978-3-659-21220-8. (Book)
  36. Saxena Shivangi, Vibhuti Mishra, Pritika Gupta, Dhirendra Singh, Narendra B. Singh and Sheo P. Shukla, Community Acquired Staphylococci Infections due to Water Pollution and Sensitivity Profiling of Vancomycin and Meticillin Resistant Staphylococci as a Remedy, Journal of Environmental Research and Development, 3 (4): 2009, 1114-1121. (National)
  37. Dhirendra Singh, Shivangi Saxena, Vibhuti Mishra, Narendra B. Singh and Sheo P. Shukla, Mercury Pollution through Compact Fluorescent Lamps: An Eye Opener, Journal of Environmental Research and Development, 4 (1): 2009, 183-191. (National)
  38. Shivangi Somvanshi, P.Kunwar, N.B.Singh, S.P.Shukla and V.Pathak (2012). Integrated Remote Sensing and GIS for Water Quality Analysis of Gomti River, Uttar Pradesh, International Journal of Environmental Sciences, 3 (1): 62-74.
  39. Shikha Sharma, Shivangi Somvanshi, A.K. Mittal (2012). “Anaerobic treatment of wastewater of industrial belt of Baddi (solan) using Upflow Anaerobic Sludge Blanket Reactor (UASBR)”, International Journal of Environmental Sciences 3 (3) : 1150-1154
  40. Dwivedi S, Tripathi R D, Tripathi P, Kumar A, Dave R, Mishra S, Singh R, Sharma D, Rai U.N., Chakrabarty D, Trivedi PK, Adhikari B, Bag MK, Dhankher OP, Tuli R. Arsenate exposure affects amino acids, mineral nutrient status and antioxidants in rice (Oryza sativa L.) genotypes. Environ. Sci. Technol. 44 9542-9549. 2010 (International)
  41. Dwivedi S, Tripathi RD, Srivastava S, Singh R, Kumar A, Tripathi P, Dave R, Kumar A, Singh R, Adhikari B, Bag M, Tripathi RD, Trivedi PK, Chakrabarty D, Tuli R Arsenic affects mineral nutrients in grains of various Indian rice (Oryza sativa L.) genotypes grown on arsenic-contaminated soils of West Bengal - Protoplasma 245 113-124. 2010 (International)
  42. Rai A, Tripathi P, Dwivedi S, Dubey S, Shri M, Kumar S, Kumar P, Dave R, Kumar A, Singh R, Adhikari B, Bag M, Tripathi RD, Trivedi PK, Chakrabarty D, Tuli R Arsenic tolerances in rice (Oryza sativa) have a predominant role in transcriptional regulation of a set of genes including sulphur assimilation pathway and antioxidant system Chemosphere 82 986-995. 2010 (International)
  43. Dwivedi S, Srivastava S, Mishra S, Kumar A, Tripathi RD, Rai UN, Dave R, Tripathi P, Chakrabarty D, Trivedi PK Characterization of native microalgal strains for their chromium bioaccumulation potential: phytoplankton response in polluted habitats. J. Haz. mat. 173 95-101 2010 (International)
  44. Dwivedi S, Mishra A, Kumar A, Tripathi P, Dave R, Dixit G, Tiwari KK, Srivastava S, Shukla MK, Tripathi RD Bioremediation potential of genus Portulaca L. collected from industrial areas in Vadodara, Gujarat, India Clean Tech. Envir. Pol. doi: 2011 (International)
  45. Tripathi P, Dwivedi S, Kumar A, Dave R, Tripathi RD, Tripathi PK, Srivastava S, Shukla MK, Srivastava PK, Chakrabarty D, Trivedi PK Arsenic Accumulation in Native Plants of West Bengal, India: Prospects for Phytoremediation but Concerns with the use of Medicinal Plants Environ. Monit. Assess. In press. 2011 (International)
  46. Minagawa Masao. “Factors affecting denitrification rate in Barato lake, Hokkaido, Japan.” Asian Journal of Water, Environment and Pollution, 8 (2011) 1-10 (International).
  47. Jaya Tiwari, Umesh Kumar Singh, Manish Kumar, V. “Chemical weathering and associated CO2 consumption in the Godavari river basin, India.” Chemical Geology, 264 (2009) 364-374 (International).
  48. Umesh Kumar Singh, Manish Kumar, Rita Chauhan, A L Ramanathan, V "Assessment of the impact of landfill on groundwater quality: A case study of the Pirana site in western India." Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 141 (2008) 309-321.(International)
  49. Anjali Singhal, Prashant Kumar Jaiswal, Alka Thapliyal and Indu Shekhar Thakur. Assessment of Cryptococcus albidus for biopulping of Eucalyptus. Preparative Biochemistry & Biotechnology. (Accepted, International)
  50. Minagawa Masao. Factors affecting nutrient concentration and stable Carbon and Nitrogen isotope ratio of particulate organic matter in Ishikari river system, Japan. Water, Air, & Soil Pollution. (Accepted, International)
  51. A. Tripathi and S.K. Srivastava. Biodegradation of Orange G by a novel isolated bacterial strain Bacillus megaterium using Response Surface Methodology, African Journal of Biotechnology, Vol.11 (7), 2012, 1768-1781.(International)
  52. A. Tripathi and S.K. Srivastava. Ecofriendly Treatment of Azo Dyes: Biodecolorization using Bacterial Strains, Int J Biosci Biochem Bioinforma, vol.1 (1), 2011 , 36-39. (International)
  53. A. Tripathi and S.K. Srivastava. Biodecolorization of Acid Orange 10, using different bacterial strains, 2011 2nd International Conference on Environmental Science and Technology, IPCBEE, vol.6, 253-257, 2011, © (2011) IACSIT Press, Singapore. (International)
  54. Bhawna Dubey, A.K.Pal and Gurdeep Singh. Airborne particulate matter and their possible sources in the industrial region of Jharkhand, India, in an annual period. Journal of Energy and Environmental Science photon pp.201-208. 2013
  55. Bhawna Dubey , Asim Kumar Pal and Gurdeep Singh. SODAR (A Tool): Use of IT in Environmental Man agent. IEEE Explore, Vol. (1), pp.254-259, 2012.
  56. Bhawna Dubey and Asim Kumar Pal. Trace metal composition of airborne particulate matter in the coal mining and non mining areas of Dhanbad region, Jharkhand, India. International Journal of Atmospheric Pollution Research, Vol (3), pp.238-246, 2012.
  57. Bhawna Dubey, A.K.Pal and Gurdeep Singh. Status of Particulate Matter in Dhanbad Region, Jharkhand State of India, Global journal of applied environmental sciences, ISSN 2248-9932 Volume 1, Number 2 (2011), pp. 153-159.
  58. Bhawna Dubey, A.K.Pal and Gurdeep Singh. Impact of coal mining activities of Jharia Coalfield on air environment. International journal of Eco. Env. & Cons.17 (2):2011; pp (231-238).
PATENTS :

  1. Jindal, Tanu. 2011. Assembly to measure volatilization and mineralization of xenobiotics. 1908/DEL/2009, Filed September 15, 2009, and issued March 8, 2011.


  2. Jindal, Tanu. 2012. Low Cost Water Testing Kit. 2912/DEL/2012, Filed August 7, 2012.

  3. Jindal, Tanu. 2012. Development of natural pesticides from plants with acetyl cholinesterase inhibitory activity. 3963/DEL/2012, Filed December 20, 2012.


  4. Jindal, Tanu. 2013. Simple Lab/Field Lysimeter. 353/DEL/2009, Filed February 25, 2009, and issued February 8, 2013.

  5. Jindal, Tanu. 2013. Photochemical method for degradation of persistence pesticide. 592/DEL/2013, Filed February 28, 2013.


BOOK :

  1. Jindal T. 2012. Persistence of an Organophosphate Coumaphos- Development of procedures to stabilize coumaphos in vats and methods for its waste disposal, Lap Lambert Publishing House, Germany
  2. Jindal T. (2017) Editor of a Book by Springer “Paradigms in Pollution Prevention” in the series: Springer Briefs in Environmental Sciences by Springer International Publishing AG, Cham


BOOK CHAPTERS :

  1. Mona, S., Kaushik, A. and C.P. Kaushik, 2012, Potential of exopolysaccharides of a cyanobacterial consortium for sequestration of metal-dye from aqueous solution Published in proceeding of National Seminar on “Strategies for Mitigation of Environmental Degradation and Climate Change” (ISBN No. 978-93-80872-61-2) pp. 101-104.



  2. Anjana, K., Kiran, B., Mona, S., and Kaushik, A., 2008, Heavy Metal Tolerance and Biosorptive Potential in Microalgae and Cyanobacteria Isolated from Contaminated Sites. In: Proceedings of National Seminar on “Environment” (ISBN No. 978-81-906518-5-1) pp. 331-336.


POPULAR ARTICLES/POEMS BY PROF. TANU JINDAL :

  1. “World Water Day” published in The Global Times, May 6, 2013

  2. “Think Green, Think Amity” published in The Global Times, January, 2013

  3. “Fighting Pollution” published in The Global Times, July 16, 2012

  4. “Are Biofuels the potential solution to energy security?” Sustainability outlook, February 24, 2012

  5. “Go Green” published in The Pioneer, New Delhi, dated December 7, 2011

  6. “Alternate Jobs” published in The Pioneer, New Delhi, dated November 30th, 2011

  7. “Amity is Unique” published in The Global Times, November 21, 2011

  8. “Counting Toxic Barrage” published in The Tribune, New Delhi, dated 3.2.2011

  9. “Water Getting on Our Nerves” published in Terragreen Vol. 3, Issue - 9, December 2010, page No.43

  10. “Going the bicycle way” The Global Times, December3, 2010.

  11. “Food for Thought” published in The Global Times, Volume 3, Issue 1, 2008.


EXTENDED REPORTS :

  1. Jindal T, Singh DK and Agarwal HC (1997) Dissipation and Degradation of Coumaphos in Model Cattle Dipping Vats and Soil in Subtropical Climate of Delhi, published in Technical bulletin TAC.DOC of International Atomic Energy Agency.


  2. Mausami C, Jindal T, Singh DK and Agarwal HC (2002) Effect of Solar Radiation on Dissipation and Degradation of 2, 4-D, published in Technical bulletin TAC.DOC of International Atomic Energy Agency.
Awards:

  • New Investigator Award presentation at prestigious “American Chemical Society”, Division of Agrochemicals (AGRO) “Fall American Chemical Society meeting”, Aug. 17-21, 2008, Philadelphia USA
  • Young Scientist Project from Department of Science and Technology (DST), New Delhi 2004-2007
  • Junior Research Fellowship 1996-98 and Senior Research Fellowship 1998-99 from UGC through Graduate Aptitude Test for Engineering (GATE)
  • Best paper presentation award in “Environment - III” Symposium 10 - 12 December 1996, held at National Chemical Laboratory, Pune.
  • Travel grants from Amity, CSIR, Delhi and DST, Delhi for USA, to present paper at American Chemical Society Meetings in 1997, 2003, 2006, 2008, 2013 and 2014.
Project:

Completed
  1. Ministry of Earth Sciences (MOES)- Study of contamination of soil and water through heavily loaded unlined drains in Delhi –(2010-2014)
  2. Department of Science and Technology (DST)- Dissipation, leaching and persistence of Chlorpyrifos in three types of soils with different pH- (2009-2014)
  3. Ministry of Environment and Forests (MOEF)-Analysis of Surface and Groundwater pollution by Indiscriminate use of Agrochemicals (Pesticides) in selected Paddy, Cotton and Vegetable Growing Farms of India- (2009-2013)
Ongoing
  1. Continuous Ambient Air Quality Monitoring Station (CAAQMS) by UP Pollution Control Board (UPPCB) (2017 till date)
  2. Participation in project entitled “Environmental Toxicological Studies and Monitoring with NCAOR for estimation of POP’s- (2014 till date)
  3. Mobile Phone and Tower exposure measurement and Biological Correlations, Department of Science and Technology- 2015 till date)
  4. Development of a Cost Effective Lysimeter & Method for Leaching Studies to Estimate Risk Assessment of Groundwater Contamination. Department of Science and Technology- (2015 till date)

Ministry of Environment and Forests (MOEF)-Analysis of Surface and Groundwater pollution by Indiscriminate use of Agrochemicals (Pesticides) in selected Paddy, Cotton and Vegetable Growing Farms of India- (2009-2013)



PRESENTATIONS AND ABSTRACTS :

  1. R.B. Lal and T. Jindal (2014) Strategies need to be adopted during remediation of contaminated sites contaminant with Persistent Organic Pollutants (POP’s) including PCDD’s/PCDF’s, National Conference on Earth and Environment: Pollution and Prevention (EEPP-2014), January 28-30, 2014, Amity University Uttar Pradesh, Noida.




  2. Behari J. and T. Jindal (2014) Physical methods in waste water treatment, National Conference on Earth and Environment: Pollution and Prevention (EEPP-2014), January 28-30, 2014, Amity University Uttar Pradesh, Noida.



  3. Sansi Ullah Qadir, Weqar Ahmad Siddiqui, Tanu Jindal and Parveez Gull (2014) Water quality and health impacts in urban and rural areas of NCT Delhi, National Conference on Earth and Environment: Pollution and Prevention (EEPP-2014), January 28-30, 2014, Amity University Uttar Pradesh, Noida.




  4. Gulati K., Thakur S., Nirpen L., Kumar A. Ranjan A., Jindal T. (2014) Risk assessment of groundwater contamination by chlorpyrifos through lysimetric studies in sandy loam soil with different pH, National Conference on Earth and Environment: Pollution and Prevention (EEPP-2014), January 28-30, 2014, Amity University Uttar Pradesh, Noida.




  5. Thakur S., Gulati K., Nirpen L., Kumar A., Ranjan A., Lal R.B. and Jindal T. (2014) Multi-pesticide residue analysis of surface water in cotton growing area, National Conference on Earth and Environment: Pollution and Prevention (EEPP-2014), January 28-30, 2014, Amity University Uttar Pradesh, Noida.



  6. Nirpen L., Kumar A., Ranjan A., Thakur S., Gulati K., Jindal T. (2014) Lysimetric study of leaching of nitrates from the unlined drains of Delhi, National Conference on Earth and Environment: Pollution and Prevention (EEPP-2014), January 28-30, 2014, Amity University Uttar Pradesh, Noida.



  7. Kumar A., Nirpen L., Ranjan A., Gulati K., Thakur S., Jindal T. (2014) Comparative study of microbiological contamination of groundwater in Delhi from different location, National Conference on Earth and Environment: Pollution and Prevention (EEPP-2014), January 28-30, 2014, Amity University Uttar Pradesh, Noida.



  8. Anuj Ranjan, Ashwani Kumar, Laishram Nirpen, Khushbu Gulati, Shalini Thakur, Tanu Jindal (2014) Role of Tryptophan in stabilizing Organophosphate and Acetyl cholinesterase, National Conference on Earth and Environment: Pollution and Prevention (EEPP-2014), January 28-30, 2014, Amity University Uttar Pradesh, Noida.



  9. Mona, S. and Kaushik, A., (2013), A Green technology for energy production and wastewater treatment. Published in booklet of National Conference on “Green Technologies for Sustainable Environmental Management” held during March 22-23, 2013 organized by School of Environment & Natural Resources, Doon University, Dehradun, India.



  10. Mona, S., Kaushik, A. and C.P. Kaushik, (2013), Decolourization of Reactive Dye by Waste Biomass of Hydrogen Producing Nostoc linckia. Published in Abstract booklet of National Conference on “Environmental Pollution, Soil Health and Sustainable Agriculture” held during January 15-17, 2013 organized by Indian Network for Soil Contamination Soil Research (INSCR) in association with University of Delhi and Amity University Uttar Pradesh, Noida pp. 95.





  11. Anuj Ranjan, a. Dhananjay, Ashwani Kumar, Lashram Nirpen , tusshar Jindal Vijay Nagar. "Acid sphingomyelinase trivimi of modeling and leading resistant search" in progress of world science and contribution of technology Defense Research & Development Organization, New Delhi organised by international conference, December 5-7, 2013, Hall Bhagvantam , metcalf Bhavan, New Delhi .




  12. A Ranjan, L Nirpen, S. Nebapure, AN Jha, C Shrivastava, T. Jindal (2013) “Lantana camara: An Alternative for Biological Control of Pulse Beetle Callosobruchus maculates”. International workshop on “Green Initiatives in Energy, Environment and Health” December 2- 3, 2013, Hotel Maidens, Delhi.



  13. T. Jindal, K. Gulati, S. Thakur, L. Nirpen, A. Kumar, A. Ranjan (2013) Incidence of cancer and impact of environmental toxicants. International Symposium on “Frontiers in Cancer Research: Prevention to Therapeutics” November 15–16, 2013, Amity University, Noida.



  14. T. Jindal, K. Gulati, S. Thakur, L. Nirpen (2013) Risk assessment of groundwater contamination by chlorpyrifos through lysimetric studies in neutral and acidic soil. Chemistry in Motion-September 8-12, 2013. 246th ACS National Meeting, Indianapolis, IN, USA.



  15. T. Jindal, L. Nirpen., A. Ranjan, A. Kumar, S. Thakur, K. Gulati (2013) Ecotoxicological Studies of Pharmaceutical Drugs and their Impact on Public Health, National Conference on Use of Animals and Alternatives in Biomedical Research with Special Reference to Drug Discovery and Drug Development, February 14-15, 2013, Amity University Uttar Pradesh, Noida.




  16. T. Jindal, L. Nirpen, A. Kumar, S. Thakur, K. Gulati , A. Ranjan (2013) Lysimetric Study of Groundwater Contamination by Unlined Drains in Delhi, “Environmental Pollution, Soil Health and Sustainable Agriculture” (Envirosoil-2013), January 15-17, 2013, Amity University Uttar Pradesh, Noida.



  17. Gulati K., Thakur S., Nirpen L., Jindal T. (2013) Risk assessment of groundwater contamination by chlorpyrifos residues with the help of lysimetric studies in sandy loam soil with acidic and alkali pH, National Conference on “Environmental Pollution, Soil Health and Sustainable Agriculture” (Envirosoil-2013), January 15-17, 2013, Amity University Uttar Pradesh, Noida.




  18. Thakur S., Gulati K., Nirpen L., Jindal T. (2013) Contamination of Yamuna River by Pesticide Residues in Vegetable Growing Area, National Conference on “Environmental Pollution, Soil Health and Sustainable Agriculture” (Envirosoil-2013), January 15-17, 2013, Amity University Uttar Pradesh, Noida.



  19. Ashwani Kumar, Tanu Jindal (2013) Deciphering Rhizosphere Soil Metabolome and its Influence in Plant Microbe Interaction, National Conference on “Environmental Pollution, Soil Health and Sustainable Agriculture” (Envirosoil-2013), January 15-17, 2013, Amity University Uttar Pradesh, Noida.



  20. Saroj Singh, P.V. Verma, Tanu Jindal, Himanshi Panwar, Kavita and Sujata Singh Yadav (2013) Improving Soil Health and Agriculture by IPM, National Conference on Environmental Pollution, Soil Health and Sustainable Agriculture” (Envirosoil-2013), January 15-17, 2013, Amity University Uttar Pradesh, Noida.



  21. R.B. Lal, T. Jindal, Gulati K., Thakur S. (2013) Various Technological Options of the Bioremediation for Contaminated Hazardous Wastes, National Conference on Environmental Pollution, Soil Health and Sustainable Agriculture” (Envirosoil-2013), January 15-17, 2013, Amity University Uttar Pradesh, Noida.



  22. R.B. Lal, T. Jindal, Gulati K., Thakur S. (2013) Various Institutional Approaches for Management of Municipal Solid Waste to Avoid Land Filling, National Conference on Environmental Pollution, Soil Health and Sustainable Agriculture” (Envirosoil-2013), January 15-17, 2013, Amity University Uttar Pradesh, Noida.



  23. Sujata Singh Yadav, Shahnashi Hashmi and Tanu Jindal (2013) Soil Enrichment and Increase of Yield by the Use of Trichoderma, National Conference on Environmental Pollution, Soil Health and Sustainable Agriculture” (Envirosoil-2013), January 15-17, 2013, Amity University Uttar Pradesh, Noida.



  24. Kavita, Gitanjali, Sujata Singh Yadav, M.K. Sharma, T. Jindal (2013) Toxicological Effect of Mercury on Human Health Through Soil and Environment, National Conference on Environmental Pollution, Soil Health and Sustainable Agriculture” (Envirosoil-2013), January 15-17, 2013, Amity University Uttar Pradesh, Noida.



  25. Mona, S., Kaushik, A. and C.P. Kaushik, 2012, Optimization of Operating Conditions for Enhanced Hydrogen Production by Nostoc linckia. Published in proceeding of National Conference on “Recent Advances in Bio-energy Research” held during December 7-8, 2012 in Sardar Swaran Singh National Institute of Renewable Energy, Kapurthala.



  26. Mona, S., Kaushik, A. and C.P. Kaushik, (2012), Cyanobacterial application for hydrogen production and pollutant removal: Integrated bioreactor studies Published in proceeding of National Seminar on “Strategies for Mitigation of Environmental Degradation and Climate Change” (ISBN No. 978-93-80872-61-2) held during March 2-3, 2012 in Guru Jambheshwar University of Science & Technology, Hisar, pp. 54 (Best Paper Awarded).




  27. Jindal T. (2012) “Nanotoxicology and Risk Assessment” Nano-Pico Pharmaceuticals and Invivgenome Conference, 26th-27th December, 2012, Amity University, Noida.


  28. Jindal T. (2012) “Environmental Toxicology, Pesticide Usage and Sustainable Development” XXXII Annual Conference of Society of Toxicology (STOX), India and International Symposium on New Paradigms in Toxicology (NPT-2012), CSIR-Indian Institute of Toxicology Research (IITR), Lucknow, India, December 5-7, 2012, Amity University, Noida.



  29. Jindal T. (2012) “Lysimetric study to access the groundwater contamination through leaching of overloaded drains”, Ecotrons and Lysimeter Conference, May 30th –June 1st, 2012, Munich, Germany.


  30. Gulati K., Kaur K.P., Thakur S., Jindal T. (2012) Asthma and Environmental Pollution: Global and Indian Scenario, National Workshop on “Pollution Prevention Paradigm”, May 11, 2012, Amity Institute of Environmental Toxicology, Safety and Management (AIETSM), Amity University, Noida.



  31. Thakur S., Gulati K., Kaur K.P., Jindal T. (2012) Nano-toxicology and Health Impacts, National Workshop on “Pollution Prevention Paradigm”, May 11, 2012, Amity Institute of Environmental Toxicology, Safety and Management (AIETSM), Amity University, Noida.



  32. Kaur K.P., Thakur S., Gulati K., Jindal T. (2012) Role of Environmental Pollutants in Causing Cancer, National Workshop on “Pollution Prevention Paradigm”, May 11, 2012, Amity Institute of Environmental Toxicology, Safety and Management (AIETSM), Amity University, Noida.



  33. T. Jindal, L. Nirpen, A. Kumar, A. Ranjan (2012) An Impact on Groundwater Quality Due to Discharge of Sewage Waste in Unlined Drains, National Workshop on “Pollution Prevention Paradigm”, May 11, 2012, Amity Institute of Environmental Toxicology, Safety and Management (AIETSM), Amity University, Noida.



  34. Kumar, T. Jindal (2012) Lysimetric Study to Know the Microbial Contamination in Groundwater, National Workshop on “Pollution Prevention Paradigm”, May 11, 2012, Amity Institute of Environmental Toxicology, Safety and Management (AIETSM), Amity University, Noida.



  35. Ranjan, T.P. Charanraj and T. Jindal (2012) Estimation of Lead Concentration in Milk and Milk Products, National Workshop on “Pollution Prevention Paradigm”, May 11, 2012, Amity Institute of Environmental Toxicology, Safety and Management (AIETSM), Amity University, Noida.



  36. A.K. Dikshit, T. Jindal, R. Kumar and Md. Ashraful Haque (2012) Pesticides, Health and Risk Assessment: Some Unanswered Questions in Theory and Policy, National Workshop on “Pollution Prevention Paradigm”, May 11, 2012, Amity Institute of Environmental Toxicology, Safety and Management (AIETSM), Amity University, Noida.



  37. S. Singh, P.V. Verma, T. Jindal, Kavita and H. Panwar (2012) Use of IPM for Mitigation of Air Pollution Caused by Pesticides, National Workshop on “Pollution Prevention Paradigm”, May 11, 2012, Amity Institute of Environmental Toxicology, Safety and Management (AIETSM), Amity University, Noida.



  38. Jindal T. (2012) “Environment Toxicological Studies for Sustainable Development” Indo-US Workshop on Green Chemistry for Environments and Sustainable Development, 11-13 March, 2012, organized by UGC SAP, Department of Chemistry, Hemwati Nandan Bahuguna Garhwal, Srinagar, Uttarakhand, India.



  39. Jindal T. (2012) “Pesticide Residue in Surface and Groundwater of Rice Growing Fields” APACHNE-2012, IUPAC sponsored 2nd International Conference on Agrochemicals Protecting Crops, Health and Natural Environment Role of Chemistry for Sustainable Agriculture, 15-18 February, 2012, PUSA, New Delhi.



  40. Jindal T., Kaur K., Gulati K., Thakur S., Nirpen L. (2012) “Advances in Translational Medicines and Toxicological Studies” International Conference on Recent Advances in Cardiovascular Sciences and Translational Medicine (RACS-5 and TM-2012), February 16, 2012, Amity University, Sector-125, Noida.



  41. Mona, S., Kaushik, A. and C.P. Kaushik, (2011), Optimization of crystal violet dye by cyanobacterial biomass of Nostoc linckia using central composite design, Published in proceeding of National Seminar on “Environmental Pollution and Bioremediation” held during December 28-29, 2011 in Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, pp. 13-14.



  42. Mona, S., Kaushik, A. and C.P. Kaushik, (2011), Hydrogen production potential of a cyanobacterium Nostoc linckia: static and dynamic mode studies, Published in proceeding of National Conference on “Multidisciplinary Approach in Frontier Areas of Environmental Science and Engineering (MAFAESE-2011)” held during March 4-5, 2011 in Guru Jambheshwar University of Science & Technology, Hisar, pp.136.




  43. Preeti, Mona, S. and Kaushik, A., (2011), Decolourization of textile wastewater using thermophilic microorganisms, Published in proceeding of National Conference on “Multidisciplinary Approach in Frontier Areas of Environmental Science and Engineering (MAFAESE-2011)” held during March 4-5, 2011 in Guru Jambheshwar University of Science & Technology, Hisar, pp. 118.




  44. Sharma, P., Kumar, M., Mona, S. and Kaushik, A., (2011), Decolourization of reactive dye using alginate immobilized cyanobacterium, Published in proceeding of National Conference on “Multidisciplinary Approach in Frontier Areas of Environmental Science and Engineering (MAFAESE-2011)” held during March 4-5, 2011 in Guru Jambheshwar University of Science & Technology, Hisar, pp. 125.




  45. Rani, S., Mona, S., Somvir, Shilpa, Ghosh, K. and Kaushik, C.P., (2011), Assessment of irrigation water quality of Hisar in Haryana, Published in proceeding of National Conference on “Multidisciplinary Approach in Frontier Areas of Environmental Science and Engineering (MAFAESE-2011)” held during March 4-5, 2011 in Guru Jambheshwar University of Science & Technology, Hisar, pp. 158.




  46. Jindal T. (2011) “Environmental Toxicology and Himalayan Region” National Seminar on Resources Environment and Development of the Indian Himalaya: Issues and Strategies for Sustainable Development November 02-04, 2011, Hemwati Nandan Bahuguna Garhwal University, Srinagar, Garhwal, Uttarakhand, India.



  47. Jindal T. (2011) “Bound residue in the sediment of vats of an organophosphorous pesticides” National Seminar on Modern and Palaeo Sediments: Implication to Climate, Water Resources and Environmental Changes & XXVIII Convention of Indian Association of Sedimentologists, November 24th to 26th 2011, School of Environmental Sciences, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi.




  48. Jindal T. (2011) Risk assessment of contamination of food and water with pesticide residues- National Symposium on Emerging Innovative Technologies for Assurance of Quality and Safety in Processed Foods (FoQSAT-2011), Kharagpur, West Bengal, 24-25 February, 2011.



  49. Jindal T. (2011) Assessment of groundwater contamination through sewage waste and industrial effluents in Delhi- Water and Sanitation Symposium 2011, Brighton, London, 22nd -23rd March 2011.


  50. Mona, S., Kaushik, A. and Shilpa, (2010), Chromium sequestration potential of extracellular polysaccharides of Myxosarcina spectabilis, Published in proceeding of International Symposium on “Phycological Research (ISPR-2010)” held during February 25-27, 2010 in Banaras Hindu University, INDIA.



  51. Jindal T. (2010) Pesticide Residues in Vegetables Grown near Yamuna River-Pacifichem 2010, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA, 15-20 December 2010


  52. Jindal T. (2010) Joint RACI AND IUPAC conference on “Chemistry for a Sustainable World”, 2010, Surface and groundwater contamination through indiscriminate use of Pesticides in Vegetables, Melbourne, Australia, 4-8 July 2010.



  53. Jindal T. (2010) New pesticide molecules and their residues in water bodies of vegetable growing areas of Delhi- National Conference on Plant Protection in Agriculture Through Eco Friendly Techniques & Traditional Farming Practices, Jaipur, 18-20 February 2010.



  54. Jindal T. (2010) International Congress of Chemistry and Environment (ICCE – 2009) -Leaching of Isoxaflutole in Soil of Three Different Agroclimatic Zones, Thailand, 21st Jan. 2010 to 23rd Jan. 2010.


  55. Mona, S., Anjana. K. and Kaushik. A., (2009), Photobiological Hydrogen Production Processes in Microalgal Systems: The State of Art and Limitations. In: Proceedings of International Conference on “Changing Environmental Trends and Sustainable Development (CETAS-2009)” held during February 9-11, 2009 in Deptt. of Env. Sc. & Engg., GJUS&T, Hisar, INDIA, page 29.




  56. Kiran, B., Anjana. K., Mona, S. and Kaushik. A., (2009), Dynamic Mode Studies on Biosorption of Hexavalent Chromium Using Indigenous Cyanobacterial Biosorbent. In: Proceedings of International Conference on “Changing Environmental Trends and Sustainable Development (CETAS-2009)” held during February 9-11, 2009 in Deptt. of Env. Sc. & Engg., GJUS&T, Hisar, INDIA, page 91.




  57. Deepak, B., Mona, S., Anjana. K., Somvir and Kiran. B., (2009), Implementation of Environmental Management System (EMS) in an Auto-component Manufacturing Industry. In: Proceedings of International Conference on “Changing Environmental Trends and Sustainable Development (CETAS-2009)” held during February 9-11, 2009 in Deptt. of Env. Sc. & Engg., GJUS&T, Hisar, INDIA, page 326.




  58. Jindal T. (2009) Downward movement of Isoxaflutole in soil of three different agroclimatic zones- Environmental Pollution and Toxicology in Africa, 2-5 Nov. 2009, Uganda.


  59. Jindal T. (2009) 3rd International Workshop on Crop Protection Chemistry in Latin America, Pesticide residues in water in India due to common crop protection practices. 9-12 November 2009, Rio de Jenario.


  60. Jindal T. (2009) Leaching of Ethoprop in Three Different Types of Soil, 13th Lysimeter Congress"(April 21-22, 2009), Irdning, Austria.


  61. Kaushik. A., Nisha, R., Kiran. B., Anjana. K., Mona. S and Somvir, (2008), Phycotechnological Applications in Enviromental Management. In: Proceedings of International Society Biotechnology Conference (ISBT-2008), ISSN No. 0973-6263, held during December 28-30, 2008, Gangtok, Sikkim, INDIA.



  62. Mona. S., Nisha. R., Anjana. K., Kiran. B. and Kaushik. A., (2008), Growth, Exopolymer Production and Metal Bioremoval by Nostoc punctiforme in Na+ and Cr (VI) Spiked Medium. Accepted for oral presentation in International Congress of “Environmental Research (ICER 08)” held during December 18-19, 2008 at BITS, Goa, INDIA.



  63. Jindal T. (2008) Common crop protection practices and possibility of ground water contamination in different types of soil through leaching of pesticides. 236th ACS meeting and exposition, August 17-21, Philadelphia, USA. (Selected as New Investigator Award).



  64. Jindal T. (2008) Leaching of thiacloprid in different types of soil. 236th ACS meeting and exposition, August 17-21, Philadelphia, USA.



  65. Jindal T. (2008) “Distribution of Sulfosulfuron in Different Types of Soil Cores and its Leachate”. IUPAC sponsored first International Conference, “Agrochemicals protecting crop, health and natural environment" 8 - 11 January 2008, New Delhi.



  66. Anjana, K., Kiran, B., Mona, S., and Kaushik, A., (2007), Biological photohydrogen production by cyanobacteria: Future prospects as a fuel. In: Proceedings of International Congress of “Environmental Research (ICER 07)” held during December 28-30, 2007 at Bhopal, M.P., INDIA, page 134.



  67. Kiran, B., Anjana, K., Mona and Kaushik, A., (2007), A comparative study of Cr (VI) biosorption on dry, alginate immobilized and exopolysaccharides of cyanobacterium Lyngbya putealis. In: Proceedings of International Conference on “New Horizons in Biotechnology” held in November, 2007 at Trivendrum, Chennai, INDIA, page 208.



  68. Kiran, B., Anjana, K., Mona, S., and Kaushik, A., (2007), Cr (VI) biosorption on different biosorbents of indigenous cyanobacterium Lyngbya putealis HH-15, In: Proceedings of International Symposium on “Applied Phycology and Environmental Biotechnology (ISAPEB)” held during October 29-31, 2007 in BITS Pilani, Rajasthan, INDIA, page 29.



  69. Anjana, K., Kiran, B., Mona, S., Nisha, R., and Kaushik, A., (2007), Biological hydrogen production using microalgal systems, In: International Symposium on “Applied Phycology and Environmental Biotechnology (ISAPEB)” held during October 29-31, 2007 in BITS Pilani, Rajasthan, INDIA, page 61.



  70. Jindal T. (2007) Possibility of groundwater contamination by endosulfan leaching in different types of soils. 234th ACS meeting and exposition, August 19-23, Boston, MA, USA.


  71. Jindal T. (2007) Leaching behavior of chlorpyrifos in three different types of soils, 121st AOAC, annual meeting and exposition, September 16-20, 2007, Anaheim, California, USA.


  72. Jindal T. (2007) Nanotechnology as analytical technique. Recent trends in analytical techniques, February 14-15, Deen Dayal Upadhyay College, Delhi University, Delhi, (Invited).


  73. Jindal T. (2006) Nanotechnology for pesticide detection. AOAC task force on validation of methods for analysis of pesticide residues in soft drinks, November 30-December 2, 06, Hyatt regency, New Delhi.


  74. Jindal T., (2006) Risk assessment of groundwater contamination by imidacloprid leaching in different types of soils. 232nd American Chemical Society Meeting, San Francisco, USA, 10-14 September 2006.


  75. Jindal T., Singh DK and Agarwal HC (2004) Possibility of groundwater pollution by coumaphos Waste from vats, National symposium on Pesticides: Myths, Realities and Remedies, Society of Pesticide Science India, Division of Agricultural Chemicals, Indian Agricultural Research Institute, New Delhi December 1-3, 2004.



  76. Jindal T. and Dikshit AK (2004) Risk assessments of pesticides in soil – water continuum. International Conference on soil and Groundwater contamination, National Geographical Research Institute, Hyderabad, December 8-11, 2004.


  77. Dikshit AK and Jindal T. (2004) Exposure assessments across food chemicals. International Conference on soil and Groundwater contamination, National Geographical Research Institute, Hyderabad, December 8-11, 2004.


  78. Jindal T., Dikshit AK and Singh DK (2004). Biodegradation of pesticides in soil and water. National conference on re-establishing the soil security through bioremediation, NEERI, Nagpur, p30.


  79. Dikshit AK, Rajendra Kumar, Jayakrishnan S., S. Borah and Jindal T (2004) The changing landscape of environmental health considerations: hazard characterization, dietary intake and consumer risk assessment from pesticide usages in agriculture. National conference on re-establishing the soil security through bioremediation, NEERI, Nagpur, p22.



  80. Jindal T., Singh DK and Agarwal HC (2003) Effect of temperature, solar and UV radiation on degradation of coumaphos, 226th American Chemical Society Meeting held in New York, USA, 7-11 September 2003.


  81. Jindal T., Singh DK and Agarwal HC (2003) Disposal of coumaphos waste solution from cattle vats in soil at Soil Elixir of Life Conference, Thapar Institute of Engineering and Technology, Patiala, India, 25-26 February, 2003 (Invited).


  82. Jindal T., Singh DK and Agarwal HC (1999) Volatilization and Mineralization of Coumaphos in solar radiation, Second International Conference on Contaminants in the soil Environment in the Australasia-Pacific Region, New Delhi, India,12-17 December, 1999.



  83. Jindal T., Singh DK and Agarwal HC (1997) Persistence of Coumaphos in Cattle Dipping Vats and soil, American Chemical Society symposium on “Mechanism and effects of resistant sorption processes of pesticides in soil” held in Las Vegas, USA, 7-11 September 1997.



  84. Jindal T., Singh DK and Agarwal HC (1996) Degradation of coumaphos in sediment of cattle vats in subtropical climate of Delhi, Won prize for best paper presentation in “Environment - III” Symposium, 10 - 12 December 1996, National Chemical Laboratory, Pune.



  85. Jindal T., Singh DK and Agarwal HC (1996), Dissipation and degradation of coumaphos in model cattle dipping vats. National symposium on "Towards green and sustainable pesticides” 4 - 6 December, IARI, New Delhi.



PUBLICATIONS OF PROF. J. BEHARI :

Research reference/ resource book published: 11
Invited scientific reviews: 10
Technical reports: 7
Research papers published: 116
Papers contributed in monographs: 31


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